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What toxins are radio-opaque?

Chloral hydrate, carbon tetrachloride, calcium salts
Heavy metals
Iodinated compounds
Psychotropics (phenothiazine, lithum, tca)
Enteric-coated tabs
Salicylates, sustained release prepreations
Name the congenital infections that cause visual impairment..
CMP, HSV, influenza, Rubella, Rubeola, Syph, Toxo, Varicella, Polio, West nile, Lymphocytic choriomengitis virus (LCMV)
Name the congenital infections that cause Sensoineural Hearing loss
CMV, HSV, Rubella, Syphilis, Toxo
Name the congenital infections that cause cognitive impairment
CMV, HIV, HSV, Rubella, Syph, Varicella, Toxa, LCMV (Lymphocytic choriomengitis virus)
Name 5 causes of chronic cough in children
Upper airway cough (post nasal drip) syndrome
GE Reflux
Habit-cough syndrome
Vocal cord dysfunction